After graduating from medical school, Dr. Richardson entered active duty military service and completed his internship at Tripler Army Medical Center in Hawaii. While serving as an Army primary care physician in Germany for four years he was deployed to Baghdad in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. After Army service Dr. Richardson completed residency training and an interventional pain medicine fellowship at Mayo Clinic. Using this unique training, he has dedicated his career to improving the lives of his patients through the use of the most up-to-date minimally invasive therapies to provide relief of a wide range of painful conditions.
Dr. Richardson is married and spends most of his spare time trying to keep up with four children. He loves reading, working with Boy Scouts, camping, skiing and swimming.